Starbucks Gluten-Free Menu

Here is the complete Starbucks Gluten-Free menu.

Starbucks Gluten-Free Menu 2017

Starbucks doesn’t usually come to mind when thinking about gluten-free places to go, but they actually are a pretty safe place to go for a drink. Their baked goods are another story, and while they do listed a gluten-free item here and there, I wouldn’t recommend going here for the food. But I won’t hold that against them too much, as the are known for their coffee and other drinks, and it’s a great place to go for a gluten-free beverage!

They do have soy milk and coconut milk as most locations. Unfortunately they don’t have almond milk yet. If you want almond milk, check out Dutch Bros, which is my personal favorite for a cup of coffee.

Coffee and Espresso

  • Caffè Latte
  • Cappuccino
  • Caffè Mocca
  • White Mocha
  • Caffè Americano
  • Espresso
  • Espresso Macchiato
  • Hazelnut Macchiato
  • Syrups
  • Light Syrups
  • Iced Coffee

Teas

  • English Breakfast
  • Earl Grey
  • Chai
  • Jasmine Orange
  • Spearmint Green
  • Mint Blend
  • Vanilla Rooibos
  • Chamomile Blend
  • Chai Tea Latte

Chocolate and Other Options

  • Exclusive Hot Chocolate
  • Hot Chocolate with Hazelnut
  • Peppermint Hot Chocolate
  • Salted Caramel Hot Chocolate
  • White Hot Chocolate
  • Natural Orange Juice

Frappuccino® Blended Beverage

  • Coffee Frappuccino®
  • Coffee
  • Mocha
  • White Mocha
  • Cream Frappuccino®
  • Chocolate
  • White Chocolate
  • Vanilla
  • Strawberry
  • Fruit Frappuccino®
  • Mango and Passionfruit
  • Raspberry and Berries

Starbucks Refresha™

  • Berry Hibiscus
  • Lime

Other Drinks

  • Starbucks DoubleShot Energy+ (All Flavors)
  • Starbucks Bottled Frappucino Coffee Drink (All Flavors)
  • Clover Brewed Coffee
  • Coffee Traveler
  • Decaf Pike Place Roast
  • Pike Place Roast
  • All Vivanno Smoothies

Condiments

  • Cinnamon
  • Nutmeg
  • Vanilla
  • Chocolate
  • Sugar

Food

  • Gluten-free Chocolate Brownie

Salads

  • Deluxe Fruit Blend

Yogurt Parfaits

  • Dark Cherry Yogurt Parfait
  • Strawberry and Blueberry Yogurt Parfait
  • Greek Yogurt Parfait

Frappuccino and Lattes

  • Café Vanilla
  • Caramel
  • Caramel Brulee
  • Cinnamon Dolce
  • Cinnamon Crème
  • Coconut Crème
  • Coffee
  • Espresso
  • Extra Coffee
  • Mocha Coconut
  • Mocha
  • Peppermint Mocha
  • Tazo Chai Crème
  • Tazo Green Tea Crème
  • White Chocolate Crème
  • White Chocolate Mocha

Starbucks History

Starbucks is a famous coffee restaurant chain that has its roots in Seattle, Washington. The company is the brainchild of Jerry B. Gordon Bowker and Siegl Zev. Their goal was to create a coffee company based on a special technique of roasting coffee beans. The business adopted the name Starbucks as a reference to one of the personalities found in the famous novel Moby Dick. Their original logo was not a green mermaid as it is now but rather a brown one, and their mission was to sell freshly baked coffee beans.

All the founders were friends from San Francisco University and they drew the theme for their new coffee company from nautical mythology. At first, they wanted to settle on the name Pequod but instead chose Starbucks as a better alternative. By the 1980s, Starbucks had already introduced espresso machines to serve the American public after witnessing their popularity in Italian markets.

During the 1990s, Starbucks started introducing new changes to their operations such as opening the first drive-thru location and later on expanding menu choices to beverages that were not there previously. They soon grew in scope to include more than 1,000 locations across the country. It was also during this period that the company’s website, Starbucks.com, was formed. In 1999, Starbucks bought a small tea company called Tazo which has since grown to become a very successful tea manufacturer.

After making its first IPO on the stock market during the 1990s, Starbucks embarked on a massive expansion plan opening an average of 2 new locations every day until 2007. Currently, Starbucks is one of the most successful coffee companies in the world with more than 24,000 locations spread across 70 countries and still growing at a high rate. There’s a common saying that almost every street in the United States today has a Starbucks on it. The coffee company has become a place where everyone comes to meet, not just for the fine coffee, but to socialize as well.

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Summary

I think the majority of people, including myself are going to be more interested in the drinks at Starbucks, rather than the food items, and they have a lot of gluten-free drinks! We wish they provided more information about their entire menu, as it was hard to find current allergen information all in one place online, but that being said, Starbucks is a great place to go if your looking for something gluten-free to drink.

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